Certa Pro came out and spray painted my kitchen cabinets and the front doors of the cabinets has an orange peel to them. I say orange peel because that is what they called it. They took the doors back to their shop and they still came back with the same mess on it. I read one of your other post saying it's not orange peel but it coming out of a sprayer that's to high pressure and possibly drying to fast. From a distances it's ok but when you are standing in front of it you can see this crappy texture that does look the skin of an orange. It's not smooth like I thought a sprayer would give. No brushes or rollers just wanted a nice smooth finish. They are trying to fix it but it's not any better. They used Emerald Sherwin Williams Paint suppose to be the best I was told. Well it's a hot mess! Any recommendations I should tell them or give them the last article I found on here to fix this mess. Should have it been an oil base? I thought having it professionally done by a reputable painting company Would result in better results and was sure to have it done correctly. Please advise.